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p.s. same for us in terms of his and hers *duties*

Our favorite time together is after we have dinner (yes we always eat together, all four of us, every weeknight, and sometimes weekends too), and we're cleaning up. Or before dinner when he helps me in the kitchen.

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The one catastrophic area of our house that is consistently in shambles is the garage. If only he didn't mind, I would have had that horrid place in tip top shape in 2 days. It is his domain, it is filthy, cluttered, disgusting, and he knows exactly where everything is.

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Rinse and Load? Anyone? Wow...innuendo indeed! Maybe if someone had said load and rinse?

(thank you, Sed, I guess I think everyone's house is like ours, until I approve sls profile pics, that is!)

I have the PG/Mrs.VA disease too, but I guess it eventually all gets accomplished. I end up making more projects for myself, or if I'm cleaning out something like boxes, going through all the stuff and reminiscing. agh.

Mr. prob does the dishes more often than I do after dinner. Seems we end up using our dishwasher as a drainer more than anything else, but try to run it once a week to keep it in good working order. And yes, there are only two of us, and no, we don't necessarily use paper plates (maybe for things like pizza occasionally). I admire the working moms who also do the majority of the housecleaning, but hope that they have families who pitch in and do their fair share as well.

Mr and I don't believe in "his and her" jobs, although there are some I prefer, and he doesn't, etc. I love to clean the garage, for example, and he is better at cleaning the shower. I'll do the laundry (I like it) and he does more of the dishes. It's a nice trade off.

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Ohhh mmmmm geeeee!!!!

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No worries. I learned how to do windows and many other things as a kid while mom was in grad school. You didn't think the French maid costume was meant for actual work?

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{blush} I don't do windows!

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Gotcha. I thought Santa might be sending this year's present early. That's all ;-)

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I just got off work....after three deliveries, one almost being a precip, everything's "STAT" lol

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Oh, I dunno. Might have been that emphatic STAT.

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No particular reason, why do you ask?

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